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post #1041 of 1612
Isn't 1.45v kinda high for DDR4?

I will try those methods when I get home. Usually I run at 3825mhz at 1.355v.
post #1042 of 1612
I'm not seeing those specific settings in Ryzen Master or in the BIOS. I've attached a picture of Ryzen Master with my current settings (my CPU is stable at 4 GHz and 1.4 V, by the way). Settings.png 1103k .png file
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post #1044 of 1612
If you can't read the settings, Ryzen Master allows me to adjust MEM VDDIO, MEM VTT, and VDDR SOC. What should I set those to?
post #1045 of 1612
Do the overclocking in the Bios instead of Ryzen Master
post #1046 of 1612
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Originally Posted by kushorange View Post

Do the overclocking in the Bios instead of Ryzen Master

 

I was about to say...

post #1047 of 1612
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Originally Posted by kushorange View Post

Isn't 1.45v kinda high for DDR4?

I will try those methods when I get home. Usually I run at 3825mhz at 1.355v.

When in 4 sticks at 3200 MHz, B-Dies will not even post below that.
post #1048 of 1612
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When in 4 sticks at 3200 MHz, B-Dies will not even post below that.

Oh, makes sense. I'm only running two sticks at the moment. 1.4v for 2 sticks of samsung b-die then?

What about SOC voltage? I see gigabyte forum says to up it to 1.2v as one of the first things to try with Ram issues.

Here their tips

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***FAQ***


Question: My BIOS is borked, how do I flash it?
First make sure your board is set to dual BIOS mode.
Boot off the good BIOS (a)
Once in the BIOS flip the switch to the bad BIOS (b)
Use Qflash to flash the bad BIOS. After it completed the board may power cycle 3-5 times. This is normal. Give it about 2 minutes and it should boot.


Question: Using XMP my SOC voltage is set to 1.25! Is this normal/safe?
Answer: Yes, 1.25 should be safe. We increased the default AUTO voltage for stability on certain DIMMS since it seems most users have to set atleast 1.2.

Question: XMP still isn't working!
Try setting SOC to 1.2 or 1.25
Try setting the timings, voltage (you may need to try 1.4), and SOC (1.2~1.25) manually.

Question: Ugg my AB350-Gaming 3 STILL won't load XMP.
Does you memory have multiple XMP profiles? Try the lower one first!
Raise Dynamic SOC to +.3V, try to boot.
With Dynamic SOC at +.3V also enable DDR compatibility mode, try to boot.
Let me know which model memory you have and I'll work on it from my end as well.

Question: Tried all that, now what?
Answer: These are BETA BIOS with a new microcode to integrate... Stay patient - We're working on it! smile.gif

Question: My board doesn't have a BETA BIOS! Why are you guys ignoring my board!!!
Answer: We are working on updates for all the boards. That being said BETA BIOS are often pushed out in response to a critical fix or something we are trying to test. In general the higher volume and/or more complex boards get tested first. Why? Because we have more data points to gather and because, in general, if a fix works on a more complex board it will work on the lower ones as well.

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post #1049 of 1612
Also unrelated question.


Are you guys using the Killer NIC or the Intel one?
post #1050 of 1612
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Also unrelated question.


Are you guys using the Killer NIC or the Intel one?

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